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This module explores how improved outcomes for children with developmental delay, disability or additional and complex needs can be achieved when early years professionals deliberately and strategically work in partnership with one another.
The three Start Early modules look at developing Respectful Relations, explore issues around Gender, Respect and Identity, and encourage Father Inclusive Practice. Start Early aims to help educators explore how everyday behaviours and attitudes shape a child’s lifelong relationships.
This module explores how partnerships with families and caregivers underpin young children’s inclusion, learning and development, and explores the benefits of partnerships to enable inclusion.
Understanding and making art: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art in early childhood settings
Explore ways educators and young children can approach art appreciation and art-making inspired by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, and inspire children to create and think critically about art and the art-making process
This module looks at the key elements of literacy and the practical ways it can be woven into everyday moments, rich environments and fostered with children from the earliest years.
This module extends upon the revised ECA Code of Ethics and examines what it means to be ethical and how early childhood educators can use the Code of Ethics to strengthen relationships with children, families, colleagues, societies and the profession.
This module looks at the role of the physical environment in children's learning and will help you create creative and effective indoor learning spaces for young children.